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Even though it still feels like summer, fall is on the horizon. Just as you know the
cooler weather (it will get here eventually) will put a spring in your step, you can
also count on the help and expertise of local businesses--including these two--to
guide you in fi nding answers to just about any challenge.
If autumn makes you want to get out and move but you're limited
due to pain, perhaps physical therapy is in order. At
Innovative
Physical Therapy, the focus is on the whole person, not just the
injury. Owner Julie Maybach Royal and her staff believe in helping
patients change little things that can lead to big improvements;
this is done through carefully prescribed exercise, hands-on therapy, and more.
Because so many elements contribute to one's well-being, Julie continually looks
for ways to round out the practice offerings. Within her offi ce, there are staff
members who can provide reiki and myofascial release. In addition, the lower level
of their building includes a wellness center that provides classes geared toward
balance, strength, and movement. And a licensed counselor and a certifi ed holistic
health counselor have offi ces in the building as well and can provide services in
other areas from which patients may benefi t. To learn more, call
(540) 347-4005.
If your fall wardrobe is looking drab, spice it up with a visit to
Christine Fox, who reopened her Old Town Warrenton shop
just four months after deciding to close her doors after nearly
30 years in business. Everything is easily visible in her intimate,
more focused shop, which relies heavily on special-order items,
and her inventory remains popular--she ordered a stock of hats, and half of them
sold within 10 days!
Finding fashion inspirations wherever she goes, Christine will use the winter
months to shop for new inventory for the following year. In addition, the seamstress
who used to work with her is available two days a week or by appointment. The
shop is open four days a week, so customers need to plan their visits carefully, but
they're thrilled that this unique shopping destination is still going strong. To learn
more,
(540) 347-3868.
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